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PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2007 4:36 pm 
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I would like to try one of the beginner free weight routines, but i'm concerned about my back. I had an injury several years ago to the L5 (lower back) area. Are there any exercises i should avoid? Which back exercises can i do which won't aggravate my lower back?


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My advice, get your medical records in hand, and go to a sportsmed oriented physician or physiotherapist, go over what has happened, and have them advise you on a course of action.
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